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Ramazan (Ramadan) Schedule for Karachi – 2014

61st Pakistan Flower Show 2012

61st Pakistan Flower Show 2012 organized by Horticulture society of Pakistan at Clifton beach Karachi.

Are you a passionate & patriotic Pakistani?

Have you ever felt that the news coming out of Pakistan is always or atleast mostly negative? Is Pakistan really in such a bad shape? Aren’t there any good things happening in Pakistan? Haven’t you seen amazing stuff some of our Pakistanis have done and continue to do?

If you couldn’t agree more, then join us at the Netizen’s Meetup to put our act together for a better & prosperous Pakistan! We have some great stories to share with you. Stories that will inspire you and instill pride of being a Pakistani.

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Mera Passion Pakistan (MPP) is a group of highly motivated social entrepreneurs on a mission to spread positivity throughout our great nation. We are an independent group with no affiliations, and are not doing this for commercial gain.

MPP facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/merapassionpakistan

We have a belief that positive thinking leads to positive action, and positive action is exactly what our country needs right now. That is what we are all about.

See you soon, insha’Allah [ location map: http://goo.gl/SiYMc ]!

Event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/136470653135977/

Blog awards 2011

Ramazan (Ramadan) Schedule for Karachi – 2011

The Family – Photographic exhibition

Aalmi Mushaira 2011

Thanks MQM for arranging such an event for people of Karachi. This event held at Annu bhai park nazimabad with good security measures by MQM workers.

Flower exibition at Gulberg town Tee ground

Shared by KMB reader “firstofficer”

12 Rabiul Awal Processions

As you are already aware that Eide Milad un Nabi is being celebrated throughout the Country. Reportedly two (02) processions will be taken out in Karachi tomorrow February 16th being 12 Rabi ul Awal. The details of the same are appended below:

First procession will start From Memon Masjid, Kharadar/ Methadar and end at Nishtar Park. The second procession will start from Golimar (Rizvia Socity), through Lasbela, Teen hatti, Liaqtabad 10 #, Nazimabad # 2, Nazimabad # 7, Paposh Nagar and it will end at Golimar (Rizvia Socity).

Beside the above main procession, police has identified a number of smaller processions such as, 11 in New Karachi town, 09 in Nazimabad town, 07 in North Nazimabad town, 07 in Korangi town, 05 in Malir town, 03 in Shah Faisal town, 02 in Clifton town, 01 in Saddar Town and 01 in Gulshan Iqbal town. Traditionally all these small processions will converge on main procession at Nishtar Park, M A Jinnah Road.

Due to expected security concerns ,M.A. Jinnah Road will be closed a night before the actual timing (i.e. on Tuesday night to Wednesday evening). Shahra-e- Faisal may also witness traffic congestion due to movement of small processions. Incidentally Home Department, Sindh has imposed ban on pillion riding for two days with effect from today.

Please exercise due caution/care and plan your movements accordingly.

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON EMERGENCY EDUCATION

Those of you who might be interested in the cause of Education can benefit from this upcoming event. The theme of the conference is very apt with the conditions our country is facing with after the recent floods.
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Transforming Pedagogies Emerging Contexts & Texts of Teacher Education
October 26-28, 2010
Aga Khan University Institute for Educational Development Karachi, Pakistan

This year’s international conference aims to share innovative and integrated pedagogies aims to counteract human crisis and oppressive situations, which have implications for issues of human development as a whole, and in doing so invokes transforming potential of education in general and teacher education in particular, to search for ‘new’ language of possibilities and pedagogies for change.

 The conference will focus on following inter-linked themes:

Interested participants can register themselves at http://www.aku.edu/events/IEDIC2010/dynamic/Registration.aspx

More details at: http://www.aku.edu/events/IEDIC2010/

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